fin order to guard against Imposition, notices of
Births, Marriages, and Deaths must bo authenti- cated by some respectable person in Melbourne
to ensure their Insertion ]
DUNCAN.—On New Year's Eve, at Club Hotel,
Traralgon, the wife of C. B. Duncan, of twins,
son and daughter.
GRIEVE.—On the 12th January, at her residence,
Aberdour, Elphin road, Launceston, the wife of R. G. Grieve, dental surgeon-a son.
RABY.—On the 1st January, at 12 Princess street,
Kew, the wife of R. W. Raby of a son.
VALENTINE.—On the 28th December, at 29
Drummond-street south, Ballarat, the wife of W. H. Valentine-a son.
WOODSIDE.—On the 13th January, the wife of
W. Woodside, Happy Valley, of a daughter.
O'KEEFE—BROWN.—On the 24th November, at
St. Joseph's R.C. Church, South Yarra, by the Rev. R. Benson, Michael Thomas, eldest son of Mrs. C. O'Keefe, of Drouin, to Catherine May-
nard, only daughter of Mrs. S. Brown, of Prah-
PROCTOR—WATSON.—On the 17th December, at
Cobham-hall (the residence of the bride's mother), by the Rev. J. Kirkwood, Harry A. Proctor, only son of the late George Proctor, of Clunes, to Percie A. E. Cobham, eldest daughter of the late Joseph Cobham Watson, of West Charlton.
BADHAM.—On the 16th January, at Harrowville,
Brinsley-road, Camberwell, Nigul Geoffrey Luther, dearly beloved infant son of Charles F. F. and Elizabeth S. Badham, aged 9 months.
BISHOP.—On the 15th January, at her late resi-
dence, Middlemarch, Wattletree-road, Malvern, Phoebe Beatrice, beloved wife of Alfred Eugene Bishop, and daughter of late James A. Mor- rison, sen., of Lands departments, Hobart and Melbourne, aged 28 years.
FARAM.—On the 15th January, Frederick Faram
("The Doc"), aged 52 years. Interred Mel- bourne General Cemetery 16th January.
GRAY.—On the 13th January, at Mollison-street,
Kyneton, Caroline, relict of the late George
Gray, aged 70 years.
YATES.—On the 15th January, at her parents'
residence, Racecourse Hotel, Keilor, Sophy, dearly beloved youngest daughter of David and Bessie Yates aged 15 months.
MATTHIEU.—On the 15th January, at Mascara,
New-street, Brighton, Captain Charles Victor Emanuel Leopold Matthieu, Marquis de Serieres, born Chantilly, France, late aide-de-camp to H.R.H. the Duc d'Aumale. Fought through the Algerian wars, received the sword of the Ameer Abd-El-Kader, when he surrendered to the French; also fought through the Crimean war. Aged 84 years. R.I.P.
SPLATT.—On the 6th January, at Woomargama
Station, Albury, N.S.W., Leah Augusta, relict of the late E. L. Splatt, in her 80th year.
GREEN.—In affectionate remembrance of my dear
wife, Margaret, who passed peacefully away at her late ressidence, Balaclava, 17th January, 1894.-(Inserted by her sorrowing husband, W.
STEPHEN.—In loving remembrance of G. Milner
Stephen, barrister-at-law (Middle Tcmple), F.G.S., F.R.S., ex-Acting Governor of South Australia, who passed away after an opera- tion, at the residence of his beloved adopted daughter, Mrs. R. W. Tomlinson, Blyth-street, Brunswick, on January 16, 1894.
"I live! O, ye who loved me! your faith was
not in vain,
Back throuth the shadowy valley I come to you
Safe in the love that guides me, with fearless
feet I tread--
My home is with the angels-O say not I am
-(Inserted by Z. and R.T.)
STEWART.—In loving and affectionate remem-
brance of our dear Carrie, who died in Melbourne 17th January, 1894. At rest.
WYBAR.—In loving memory of my dear husband,
George Wybar, who died January 17, 1896, at Edinburgh, Scotland, while on a visit. Gone from me, George, How sadly I miss you
Loving, dear husband, thy memory I'll keep, Never till life ends will I ever forget thee
Dear to my heart is the place of thy sleep -(Inserted by his loving wife and family.)
MR. MATTHEW SMITH tenders his heartfelt THANKS to his friends for visits, telegrams, letters, and floral tributes received since his sad bereavement. Lindean, Power-street, Hawthorn.
FUNERAL NOTICES. THE Friends of Mr. DAVID YATES are respect- fully invited to follow the remains of his late beloved youngest daughter Sophy, to the place of interment, in the Keilor Cemetery.
The funeral will leave his residence Racecourse Hotel, Keilor, THIS DAY (Monday, 17th inst.), at
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